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CMS Makes Donation to Woodmore Elementary

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586ebd613674dFront row, left to right: Amani Firestone, Kaitlyn Morales, Landry Parnell, Elizabeth Ray, Christina Marlowe, Natalie Johnson and Sam Sparkman. Second row, left to right: Tanlie West, Windy Dunfee, Brooke Davis, Willow Linton, Olivia Holman, Kyla Deans, Leslie Turner, Isabelle Edwards, Alli Marcucci and Ketchum. Third row, left to right: Mr. Jimmie Barton, CMS Principal, Jaden Christen, Sadie Reuter, Penny Murray, Dazee Williams, Makayla Harvey, Brody Barbee, Spencer Moeller and Caden Brewster Back row, left to right: Hannah Morgan, Jaycie Ertel, Riley Morris, Ethan Vandall, Zac Acheson, Carson Whittemire, Garett Kritz, Braden Dickinson and Cole O'Neill.
Front row, left to right: Amani Firestone, Kaitlyn Morales, Landry Parnell, Elizabeth Ray, Christina Marlowe, Natalie Johnson and Sam Sparkman. Second row, left to right: Tanlie West, Windy Dunfee, Brooke Davis, Willow Linton, Olivia Holman, Kyla Deans, Leslie Turner, Isabelle Edwards, Alli Marcucci and Ketchum. Third row, left to right: Mr. Jimmie Barton, CMS Principal, Jaden Christen, Sadie Reuter, Penny Murray, Dazee Williams, Makayla Harvey, Brody Barbee, Spencer Moeller and Caden Brewster Back row, left to right: Hannah Morgan, Jaycie Ertel, Riley Morris, Ethan Vandall, Zac Acheson, Carson Whittemire, Garett Kritz, Braden Dickinson and Cole O'Neill.

Students at Cassville Middle School  (CMS) spent the last school day of 2016 raising funds that were donated to students in Chattanooga, Tennessee at Woodmore Elementary School.

Chattanooga suffered a tremendous loss when a school bus traveling from Woodmore Elementary school flipped and collided into a tree. The accident resulted in five fatalities, dozens of injuries and many devastated families.
 
CMS math students in Mrs. Tanya Ketchum's class were saddened to hear this news and wanted to help! The students worked together and came up with a plan to host a volleyball shoot-out and basketball skills competition.
 
On the last day of school before Christmas break, Mrs. Ketchum's students invited the CMS student body, faculty and staff to participate in the volleyball and basketball competitions. Donations were accepted at the door and together CMS was able to collect $500 that will be donated to Woodmore Elementary.
 
Students in photo worked together to coordinate fundraising efforts.